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The latest insights on narrative, storytelling and leadership in higher education.

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An exploration into narrative, storytelling and purpose

We believe that if you don’t ask questions, you’ll never know what could be possible. So when we created our Insights, we knew this is where we had to start. We ask questions like:

What does it mean to have a professional narrative and how can you use yours well? How have stories helped leaders enhance their impact, be happier, lead better? How do teams work together to improve student engagement, and engage students in the conversation in the first place?

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  • What should we expect in the new academic year?

    What should we expect in the new academic year?

    What values will we choose to shape 2020-21? Tweeting with staff developers and coaches, we lift the lid on what leadership, stories and purpose are being called for in the new academic year. As we …Read More »
  • The time to act is now: Embracing the leader within

    The time to act is now: Embracing the leader within

    In the frame of Black Lives Matter, is it time to find more fundamental ways to open our hearts and minds to greater humility, humanity and bravery in building our cultures at work? Undoubtedly, yes. …Read More »
  • Chapter seventeen: Q-r

    Chapter seventeen: Q-r

    Questions can be very useful in helping you get started on a piece of writing. Why should this be so? Aren’t questions inevitably a sign of some uncertainty? What if we want to give the …Read More »
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